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Taking the first steps in the morning can be a painful experience for some people, but pain relief is at hand. These exercises might help get you back on your feet – without pain.
Swollen ankles and swollen feet are common and are often caused by fluid retention, or oedema. The cause of the swelling can range from an injury to medical conditions.
A broken toe, or fractured toe, is a common foot injury. Causes of a broken toe range from stubbing the toe, to dropping something on it, to sports injuries.
Psoriatic arthritis of the foot can make standing and walking painful. These exercises and tips on finding the right shoes can help you get back on your feet again.
Corns and calluses are hard, thickened areas of skin that form as a consequence of rubbing, friction or pressure on the skin.
A stress fracture is a crack in a bone, and can be a common injury in high impact sports such as distance running or basketball.
Plantar fasciitis is thickening of the plantar fascia, a band of tissue running underneath the sole of the foot.
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Hammer toes are common and painful deformities in the three middle toes where they appear to always be bent.
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